Are you looking for a community of like-minded women that believe in the power of collaboration over competition??
Join Brittany Kues and Amanda Benedict!
As we help you demolish those limiting beliefs and finally step into your true purpose and create a life that you LOVE!
Building a business while also raising kiddos is no walk in the park. This journey can be overwhelming, lonely, and exhausting. Our goal is to help you keep going during those hard times and know that you're definitely not alone. Get ready to DREAM BIG, TAKE ACTION, and always SHOW KINDNESS.
Welcome to the
Dreamer to Entrepreneur Podcast
A show designed to motivate and inspire women to stop sitting on the side-lines of life and finally take action towards accomplishing their dreams.
Join us as we
Share our own experiences of starting and building successful businesses.
Discuss running a business while juggling motherhood.
Hear from amazing women who share their own message and advice through inspiring interviews.
Meet the hosts
Meet the hosts
Brittany is a podcast expert that specializes in helping female entrepreneurs monetize their show while creating a massive impact. In 3 years, she has built her six-figure online business from the ground up. Through this podcast, she hopes to inspire and help other moms transition from a dreamer mentality into a doer (and goal-crusher!). Aside from the world of podcasting, Brittany is a wife and mom to 1 incredible little boy, 3 dogs, and 16 chickens!
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Amanda is a single mama to the two most adorable tiny humans and owner of Blue Jean Boutique. After 15 years in retail and over 10 years working in small boutiques, I’ve pretty much done it all, from buying to selling to merchandising and marketing. With all of the craziness in the past few years, my goal has been to spread joy, love, and a lot of kindness. I truly believe God created me to create, and so Blue Jean was born. Now, I spend my time traveling around in a mobile boutique selling tees, tanks, stickers and all things Dolly Parton. I’m excited to share with you all how I turned my dream into a small business and my adventures in entrepreneurship.
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Check Out Our Episodes
Ep. 42 – On today’s episode of Dreamer to Entrepreneur, we have a special guest, Lauren Wrighton. We dive into Lauren’s journey from struggling to sell a $7 ebook to becoming a successful entrepreneur, podcast manager and coach.LISTEN NOW...
Ep. 41 – We understand the overwhelming nature of starting a business and the abundance of information available, often leading to confusion and mistakes. That’s why we want to share the three mistakes we made in the beginning, in the hopes that you can avoid them in your entrepreneurial journey.LISTEN NOW...
Ep. 38 – Who is your dream client or customer? Are you building your business around one specific type of person or are you selling to the masses? In this episode of the Dreamer to Entrepreneur, we discuss the importance of knowing your ideal customer.LISTEN NOW...
Ep. 37 – Kira La Forgia has firsthand experience with the challenges involved in managing the human side of running a business. After struggling with burnout and being diagnosed with PTSD, Kira realized the importance of delegating tasks and taking care of her mental health. She learned this lesson the hard way, having tried to take on everything herself, which ultimately led to her experiencing significant stress and burnout. In fact, it took a team of six people to effectively replace Kira and take on the responsibilities she had been managing alone.LISTEN NOW...
Ep. 36 – In this episode of the Dreamer to Entrepreneur podcast, we discuss the negative effects of constantly comparing oneself to others. We want to emphasize that everyone’s journey is unique, and trying to fit into someone else’s mold can lead to mental and physical exhaustion, sacrificing quality time with loved ones, and ultimately making one unhappy. Focus on your own values and priorities and do not worry about others’ lifestyles, possessions, or business models.LISTEN NOW...
Ep. 35 – Three months postpartum, Courtney desired a community with others who were facing the same season of life. Adjusting to parenthood and the changes postpartum were challenging. Instead of searching for a community that encouraged moms through motherhood, she pushed through her anxiety and created her own. The need for the community was evident and it has grown tremendously.LISTEN NOW...
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